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Social Justice & Action (Diversity & Inclusivity) [clear filter]
Sunday, November 17

2:00pm EST

Speak, Memory: Creating Jewish Women's Oral History
Story Aperture is a new app for collecting and sharing the life stories of Jewish women. In this workshop, the Jewish Women's Archive will share some of the vibrant stories we have received and empower you to use the app to preserve the singular experiences of women in your community.


Betsy More

Betsy More is the Director of Programs at JWA. A historian of women and gender in the U.S., she has taught widely on the history and culture of work, motherhood, family, and race in America.

Sarah Quiat

Sarah Quiat is Program Manager at JWA, where she manages the Rising Voices Fellowship. She is a recent alum of Vassar College and spent the last year as the Education and Translation Fellow at the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, MA.

Sunday November 17, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
G-25 384 Harvard Campus